|Nguyen Duc Kien. — Photo dantri
HA NOI (VNS)— The Party Central Committee's Commission for Home Affairs has vowed to strengthen efforts to report on the nation's 20 most significant corruption cases this month.
The list of cases includes loan shark Pham Thi Bich Luong, who successfully misappropriated a large sums of money and Nguyen Duc Kien, a co-founder and former deputy chairman of the Asia Commercial Bank (ACB), charged with misconduct and infringing State regulations on fund management, fraud and tax evasion.
Other important activities on the commission's 2014 agenda include preparations for the national conference on anti-corruption and a review of the 30-year renewal process. A symposium on the topic "Seizing corrupted assets - current situation and measures" will also be held.
In January, under the instruction of the Party Secretariat, the commission completed four draft documents governing co-ordination between the commission and the central Party Committee of Public Security, the Party Committees of the Supreme People's Procuracy and the Supreme People's Court.
In addition, the commission also developed three draft documents governing the co-ordination between the commission with the Party Committees of the State Audit of Viet Nam, the State Bank of Viet Nam and the Government Inspection in the fight against corruption. — VNS